One-Way Mirror : Ongoing study #1 (2017-present)

Synthetic glass, transparent mirror film, projection, spectator(s)

Facing the one-way mirror (reflective on one side and transparent at the other), the spectator gets immersed inside layers that come together through this play of reflections. The result is an entrancing experience of entanglement between physical presence and moving image.

The glass’s transparency creates illusive worlds where the idol coexists with the instance behind the glass. This unpredictable material engages the seeing body into a fluctuating play of images of itself and other bodies, hiding and being exposed in-between light and dark patches, playing the role of an animate projection layer that carries and transforms the projected image.